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Moch Authors Article on Exaggerated Injuries for International Insurance Magazine

HeplerBroom Attorney Eric Moch
Eric Moch

In the Fall 2019 issue of SIU Today (the quarterly magazine of the International Association of Special Investigators), Eric Moch discusses how the Illinois Supreme Court’s decision in Peach v McGovern has restored common sense to the admissibility of vehicle damage photos in bodily injury trials. His article is available His article is available here.

Moch, a partner in the firm’s Chicago office, focuses his practice on organized insurance fraud, as well as first- and third-party coverage and bad faith defense. He is a Past President of the Illinois chapter of the National Society of Professional Insurance Investigators and has been named an Illinois Leading Lawyer by Law Bulletin Media.

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